JASPER COUNTY, Ind. (WLFI) — According to the Jasper County Coroner's office, the family of a woman who was killed while walking along Interstate 65 Sunday has been found.
As News 18 previously reported, the Chief Deputy Coroner Andy Boersma asked for the public's help in locating the family on Tuesday. Boersma said as of Wednesday morning he was able to make contact with at least three family members.
To find more information on the crash, you click on our previous story here.
As we previously reported, the man accused of hitting Crawford Rahsul Valentine, was arrested after the crash on three outstanding warrants.
Now, he faces new charges in the Sunday crash that killed 20- year old Danielle Crawford.
Crawford was walking along I-65 near the Remington exit at the time.
Now Valentine is accused of driving without ever having a license, and operating as a habitual traffic offender. Police said Valentine was wanted for failure to appear for domestic battery and criminal recklessness in Howard County.
He also had two other warrants for operating as a habitual traffic violator, one in Madison County, and one in Tippecanoe.
The one in Tippecanoe County also included resisting law enforcement.
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